|Location||village of Gamprin|
|Primary inflows||inland canal|
|Surface area||2.6 ha (6.4 acres)|
|Average depth||3 m (9.8 ft)|
|Max. depth||6 m (20 ft)|
|Water volume||367,566.35 m3 (297.99089 acre⋅ft)|
|Surface elevation||435 m (1,427 ft)|
Gampriner Seele is the only lake in Liechtenstein. It was created by a flood of the Rhine River with enormous erosion in 1927. The lake lies on 435 metres above Sea Level in the village of Bendern–Gamprin.
Gampriner Seele is surrounded by a dense deciduous forest which consists of plants such as reeds, hedges and trees. The treasure was put under nature conservation by the government in 1961. After elimination of the trash the water quality stabilized at B grade. A pipeline to a near inland canal provides the lake with fresh water and sufficient oxygen. The year after crayfish were settled in the lake.
Rare species in and around the lake
- Mare's tail (Hippuris vulgaris)
- Three-furrow duckweed (Lemna trisulca)
- Roach, rudd, crayfish
- Bleak, bream, pike
- Little grebe, moorhen, mallard, coot, swan
- "Gewässer, Fluss, See, Bach – Fürstentum Liechtenstein". www.liechtenstein.li. Retrieved 2019-05-18.
- "Fischereiverein Liechtenstein - Gampriner See". www.fischen.li. Retrieved 2019-05-18.
- "Gampriner Seelein (Gampriner Seele) – Historisches Lexikon". historisches-lexikon.li (in German). Retrieved 2019-05-18.
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